You can get around the tire/wheel by getting an aftermarket set. I picked up 17" rims off an Altima and put on 215/50/17 tires for roughly $350 OTD(my winter set. No TPMS). OE steelies are UGLY and tires are EXPENSIVE.I was considering one of these NV200's and even went to a couple of dealerships to inquire. But I couldn't stop thinking about how much I dislike the tires/wheels. And they seem to have a lot of problems, from what I gathered. I hadn't even noticed this thread yet. Now I'm looking at getting a Nissan Frontier pickup and custom outfitting it's bed instead. That would work in my situation. If quality and tires were better on the NV200 I would have been happy to make it my company's first vehicle.
A bit late but I have had problems with corroding discs , only 3 years and 16000 miles for no reason .Im starting up a new business and I'm looking at the new NV200. I have a few Ford Transits used in the area but Ive heard bad things about them. Is there any known problems with these vans yet? My dealer is offering a life time unlimited time/unlimited miles warranty on the drive train.
I replaced the washer pump today. Local Nissan garage didn't stock the part and said they had never had to supply one before. Having spoken to other NV200 owners the failure was possibly caused by running out of washer fluid and is a fairly common problem. Easy change but part was £50. Hope this isn't the start of more problems.Windscreen washer pump appears to have stopped working. Have checked the fuse and the stalk is still causing the wipers to activate to think it's unlikely to be switch. Anybody else had the same problem?